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Florida Outdoor Adventures
Juniper Springs Nature Trail
Our Buds
Alexander Springs, Ocala Nat'l Forest
Big Lagoon State Park, Pensacola, FL JANIE'S HOMETOWN
Blue Springs State Park, Orange City, FL
Buck Lake, Ocala Nat'l Forest
Chassahowitzka River, Homossasa Springs, FL
E.G. Simmons Park, Tampa Bay, FL - DAVE'S HOMETOWN
Farles Lake, Ocala Nat'l Forest
Hillsborough River State Park, Zephyrhills, FL
Ichetucknee River, Ft. White, Florida
Juniper Springs Camp Trip
Juniper Springs Canoe Run
Juniper Springs Nature Trail
Juniper Springs Florida
Lake Dorr, Ocala Nat'l Forest
Manatee Springs S.P., Levy County, Fla.
O'Leno State Park, High Springs, FL
Rainbow River, Dunnellon, FL
Rock Springs, Apopka, FL
Sebastian Inlet State Recreation Area, Melbourne Beach, FL
Silver River State Park, Ocala, FL
Tomoka State Park, Ormond Beach, FL
Trimble Park, Tangerine, Orange Co, FL
Trout Lake, Eustis, FL
Withlacoochee River, Inverness, FL
Camping in 1926 with Indians
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Here are more great pictures from Juniper Springs.

A rare Albino Squirrel

Above, we spotted a rare albino squirrel. I had never seen one before. He was completely white.

stone footbridge

These stones in the bridge were laid by hand. It's very old and very beautiful. The shade kept us cool on the first part of the trail.


Juniper Creek runs beside the trail. Very pictuesque.


An old stone fireplace near the end of the trail at Fern Hammock Springs


Fern Hammock at the end of the Trail. Dave's looking at a bunch of boils in the spring.


Back to Juniper Spring to explore the old mill a little more


After a long hike, that water sure looks clear and cool to Janie!


Dave dives in! He's leaping off a natural stone cliff in the Spring.


Beginning of the Nature Trail.

handbuilt stone footbridge over the creek

A stone footbridge over the creek.

Very tropical forest

It's getting hotter now, but we're still having fun!


Here's a good photo of a "boil" on the bottom of the creek


Dave would like you to think he is holding up this tree!


Nature's bench


"Coon Crossing". A racoon crossing the trail. He's probably after our picnic basket!


That water is colder than you think! 72 degrees, year 'round, but that's cold to a native Floridian!